201 Carter Drive, Suite 500
Energy Conservation Policy
To reduce energy consumption and costs during the spring and fall, the University implemented a policy of no heating or no cooling providing normal weather conditions prevail. This is a redistribution of that policy which was promulgated in May 1991. Weather conditions and forecasts will be monitored closely by the Facilities Management staff and accommodations made for temperature extremes as follows:
Provided outside shade temperatures remain between 62 degrees and 80 degrees F., the above guidelines will be observed.
As weather conditions necessitate, exceptions will be made for:
2) Buildings with fixed, inoperable windows
3) Schmucker Science Center and Merion Science Center
4) Lawrence Hall
5) Printing and Graphics
6) Mitchell Hall
7) Residence halls heating as low overnight temperatures dictate
8) Swope Music Building and The Performing Arts Center
9) Sykes Student Union
Measures will also be taken to reduce heating and cooling requirements and costs on long weekends and during holiday periods.